The Mandalorian Season 3 Kicks Off This Wednesday, October 13 your filming. After the overwhelming success of the first two seasons of the Mandalorian starring Pedro Pascal in 2019 and 2020, this year 2021 will be left blank to make room for The Book of Boba Fett; So it will be 2022 when we know what happened after the events narrated at the end of the second season.
The Mandalorian – Season 3 Coming to Disney + in 2022
Carl Weathers, renowned actor in charge of embodying Greef Cargo, has confirmed the information through his personal Twitter account. The message has been enthusiastically received by fans, who celebrate any little piece of information that suggests that the plans are still underway, intact, and that the obstacles of COVID-19 in the filming processes are no longer an impediment to meet the estimated release dates. Disney + is the nexus of all these series of the Star Wars universe.
The reason why the filming has been made so much of begging is none other than Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi. The Obi-Wan-based series was filming at the Los Angeles studios; Until that production was finished, that of The Mandalorian would not begin.
Without intending to gut any plot aspect of Season 2 of The Mandalorian, things were very interesting at the end of the last episode for a fundamental revelation. It remains to be seen how much implication The Book of Boba Fett has in the plot, which already has a release date and numerous details about its purpose. It will be one of the big events at the end of the year on Disney +.
The Mandalorian and its spin-off, a universe in full growth
The world of Star Wars is experiencing a sweet moment, with a multitude of ongoing productions and, more specifically, series spin-off set in the universe of The Mandalorian. Aside from The Book of Boba Fett, we remember that there are two more: Ashoka and Rangers of the New Republic.
We remember that the next 12th of November All the news of series, films, shorts and documentaries that will soon arrive at Disney + on Disney + Day will be revealed, including Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, National Geographic …
Source | Carl Weathers; via ScreenRant